Benefit | R.S.V.PThis Creaseless Cream Shadow is probably the truest champagne pink shade out of the four. It's a gorgeous pink with a frosty finish. I'm not usually a huge fan of cream shadows, but I just love how this one applies effortlessly, it lasts well on the lid and has a lovely velvety texture. It also makes a great base for other shimmery shades to intensify them. Mine is actually super old now, it was one of the first high end eyeshadow products that I had and I've loved it ever since. Should probably treat myself to an update though...
Too Faced | Satin SheetsSatin Sheets is a dreamy, shimmery pink with a stunning rose gold undertone. It's the first shade I gravitated towards in my Chocolate Bon Bons palette, but it also makes an appearance in the Boudoir Eyes palette too. It has great pigmentation and is a really lovely shade that I think would compliment many different skintones.
Urban Decay | SinBack when I owned my first Naked palette, this one was my favourite shade, so much so that I used up the entire shadow without touching many of the other colours. So instead of purchasing the whole palette again, I added it to my collection in solo form. It's coming off a little bit bronze in the swatch, but I promise it's not, it's a silky beige, ballet pink which is the most wearable shade of the lot. It's perfect if you don't want to look to silvery or overdone.
Laura Geller | Charming Pink
I've saved my favourite for last because ohhh my it's a beaut! It's actually a Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator, which looks stunning as a highlight (just trust me) and is one of my most used alongside Becca Moonstone. But I've also fallen for it as an eyeshadow too, don't you just love multi-use products? It's the prettiest, pearly pink and looks gorgeous when applied with a bit of MAC Fix +, which I'd recommend for all of the shades to intensify the colour and shimmer. It's a princessy dream.
Which champagne pink shades would you recommend?
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